Magician Hospitalized After Drinking ACID on Vietnam’s Got Talent! Talent Show Accident

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Tran Tan Phat, a semifinalist on Vietnam's Got Talent, promised that he would impress all viewers with memorable magic tricks. And on Sunday night he did leave the audience in gasps.
In an act called "Acid test", Phat brought out five glasses of liquid. Four of them contained water. The fifth, he claimed, had sulfuric acid that could dissolve a piece of rubber.
The talent show contestant asked Huy Tuan, one of the judges, to go on stage and randomly reorder the glasses, without revealing which glass was which.
Phat would then try to "use his magical mind" and find the one with acid in it.
To add more suspense, the magician dragged out the process by drinking all the glasses with water first, one by one.
But at his second try, Phat accidentally chose the wrong glass and sipped a small amount of acid.
He spat it out immediately. Nevertheless, the liquid made his lips visibly swollen and he was apparently in pain.
Phat managed to stay relatively calm, even able to listen to all the judges' comments and ask viewers at home to vote for his act.
He was rushed to a nearby hospital right after leaving the stage.
According to local media, doctors said Phat had to be treated for second-degree burns on his lips and inside his mouth. He is expected to be released within the next few days.

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